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June 2012

Dad, You're #1

Hi there!  Happy Father's Day to all the Dads, Granddads, Step-Dads, Foster Dads, Dads-to-be, and anyone who stands as a Dad to a very lucky child.  I hope you all have a wonderful day! 

Today's post is a cute gift card holder that I designed for the May meeting of the SASS Stamp Club.  Due to scheduling issues, lots of the members were unable to attend the meeting, so I made quite of few of these babies.  Thanks to the Big Shot, they were fun and easy to make!

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We begin with a piece of Not Quite Navy cardstock die cut using the Petite Pocket Bigz XL die.  The pocket was assembled using Tombow Multi Adhesive and a Gold Brad for the closure.  Attached to the non-closure side of the pocket is a piece of Cajun Craze cardstock die cut with the Big Shot and the 3 1/2" circle Originals die.  Fishtails were punched into the ends of two pieces of Cajun Craze cardstock using the 1 1/4" square punch and adhered to the die cut circle. 

A 3" x 12" piece of Well Worn Designer Series Paper (Retired) was placed down the center of the Designer Rosette Bigz XL die (so that the pointed and scallop edges of the die were not used) and run through the Big Shot using the Mylar Shim under the die cut and the Extended Premium Crease Pad over the Designer Series paper and die (to ensure that all those score lines don't become cut lines).  Then the scored Designer Series Paper was cut down the middle vertically to create two 1 1/2" x 12" pieces.  The two pieces of Designer Series Paper were folded in mountain and valley folds and 1/8" holes were punched near the bottom end of each pleat.  The two pieces were joined to create a 1 1/2" x 24" long pleated piece of paper then Early Espresso/Whisper White Baker's Twine was threaded through all the 1/8" holes to bring the pleated paper into a circle.  The Baker's Twine was knotted, the tails of the twine cut off, and the two ends of the circle joined.  Two pieces of Sticky Strip were placed at the center of the 3 1/2" Cajun Craze circle and the rosette was pressed into place at the center of the Cajun Craze circle.

A piece of Not Quite Navy cardstock was punched with the 1 3/4" circle punch and adhered at the center of the rosette with Sticky Strip.  Scraps of Very Vanilla and Cajun Craze cardstock were punched with the 1 1/4" and 1 3/8" circle punches, respectively, adhered together, and then adhered to the center of the Not Quite Navy circle using Stampin' Dimensionals.  The "#" and "1" were die cut using the Big Shot from Brushed Gold cardstock using the Timeless Type Junior Alphabet Medium Sizzlits (Retired) and adhered to the Very Vanilla circle.

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A note card was created from Very Vanilla and Cajun Craze cardstocks to slide into the pocket opening behind the rosette.  The Father's Day greeting, from the Delightful Dozen stamp set, was stamped at the top of the note card using Not Quite Navy ink and the Stamp-A-Ma-Jig to ensure correct placement of the sentiment.

Here's the card I made for my husband for Father's Day.  He's in his "man cave" right now drooling over his Father's Day gift.  I'll be taking a new towel into him soon.

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I guess the first thing you notice is that the color combo used on this card is very similar to that used for the #1 Dad Gift Card Holder.  I really like the Not Quite Navy/Cajun Craze color combo for masculine cards; however, this time I added More Mustard instead of Brushed Gold.  That's because I used Gold Stampin' Emboss powder to heat emboss the image from the Layered Labels stamp set which doesn't seem to work for me with Brushed Gold.

This card begins with a card base of Not Quite Navy.  A piece of Cajun Craze striped paper from the Regals Designer Series Paper Pack was matted with a piece of More Mustard cardstock and adhered to the card front.  A piece of Not Quite Navy 3/8" Taffeta ribbon was wrapped around the top of the card front and knotted on front.  As mentioned previously, I stamped the largest "Heartfelt" image from the Layered Labels stamp set on Vellum using Versamark ink, covered the image with Gold Stampin' Emboss powder, heat set the embossing powder with the Heat Tool, and cut out the image with Paper Snips.  The embossed image was matted with a piece of Not Quite Navy cardstock die cut with the coordinating die from the Apothecary Accents Framelits using the Big Shot and adhered to the cardfront.  The Father's Day sentiment, from the Teeny Tiny Wishes stamp set, was stamped on Very Vanilla cardstock using Not Quite Navy ink, die cut using the largest banner from the Bitty Banners Framelits and the Big Shot, and adhered over the "Heartfelt" at the center of the gold embossed image using Stampin' Dimensionals.

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The inside sentiment area of the card was lined with a piece of Very Vanilla cardstock matted with a piece of More Mustard cardstock.  The "Love You" sentiment, from the Itty Bitty Banners stamp set, was stamped on a scrap of More Mustard cardstock using Not Quite Navy ink, die cut using the smallest banner of the Bitty Banners Framelits and the Big Shot, and adhered to the upper center of the Very Vanilla cardstock liner.  The liner seemed rather plain, so I adhered strips of the Cajun Craze striped Designer Series Paper at the bottom and top of the liner.

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Since I had the Cajun Craze striped Designer Series Paper out, I decided to adhere some to the back flap of the Medium Very Vanilla Envelope.  The "Happy Father's Day" sentiment was stamped at the lower left front corner of the envelope.

You'll note that the design template of the Father's Day card is the same as the Christmas card I shared for the Stampin' Addicts New Catalog Blog Hop.  I love a simple design that lends itself to multiple uses. 

Enjoy your Sunday afternoon!

Robertssiggy

#1 Dad Gift Card Holder
Stamps:  Delightful Dozen, Inks:  Not Quite Navy; Cardstock:  Cajun Craze, Not Quite Navy, Very Vanilla; Designer Series Paper:  Well Worn (Retired); Embellishments:  Gold Brad, Early Espresso/Whisper White Baker's Twine; Adhesives:  SNAIL, Sticky Strip, Stampin' Dimensionals, Tombow Multi Adhesive; Tools:  Paper Cutter, Paper Snips, Bone Folder, 1 3/4" circle punch, 1 3/8" circle punch, 1 1/4" circle punch, 11/4" square punch, Crop-A-Dile (Retired), Paper Piercing Tool, Mat Pack (Retired), Big Shot w/Extended Cutting Plates, Premium Crease Pad & Mylar Shim, Petite Pocket Bigz XL die, Designer Rosette Bigz XL die, Multi-Purpose Platform & Standard Cutting Plates, Timeless Type Junior Alphabet Medium Sizzlits dies (Retired)

Father's Day Card
Stamps:  Itty Bitty Banners, Teeny Tiny Wishes; Inks:  Not Quite Navy, Versamark; Cardstock:  More Mustard, Not Quite Navy, Vellum, Very Vanilla; Designer Series Paper Pack:  Regals; Embellishments:  Not Quite Navy 3/8" Taffeta ribbon; Adhesives:  SNAIL, Stampin' Dimensionals; Tools:  Paper Cutter, Paper Snips, Simply Scored Scoring Tool, Bone Folder, Stamp_A-Ma_Jig, Embossing Buddy, Heat Tool, Gold Stampin' Emboss Powder, Big Shot w/Standard Cutting Plates, Multi-Purpose Platform, Apothecary Accents Framelits, Bitty Banners Framelits; Other:  Medium Very Vanilla Envelope


Layered Labels -- Stampin' Addicts New Catalog Blog Hop

NewCattyBH

Hello!

Welcome to the Stampin' Addicts New Catalog Blog Hop.  If you're arriving from Yapha's blog, you've seen some awesome projects using the Fitting Occasion stamp set.  Weren't the decorated tea lights and the ladybug purse adorable??  I should be receiving that stamp set from my friend Mr. Brown (UPS) today and now I can't wait to dive into the box and use it!  If you've arrived from Betty's blog, I hope that you've been inspired by her amazing projects using the Clockworks stamp set.  I especially loved her 3-D Collage.  No worries if this is your first stop, all the blog posts are linked so that you can see all the wonderful projects made using new product from the recently released Stampin' Up! 2012-2013 Idea Book & Catalog. 

My projects use the Layered Labels stamp set so, of course, I also used the coordinating Apothecary Accents Framelits for the Big Shot to accent these great stamp images.  Now that June is here, Wedding cards are some of the cards I need.  Here is one that I CASEd from my Stampin' Up! upline, Catherine Harwood.

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This card uses Twitterpated Designer Series Paper with the featured colors of Island Indigo, Baja Breeze, and Riding Hood Red.  The sentiment on the banner comes from the Teeny Tiny Wishes stamp set.  The best part about this card, however, is what happens when you slide off the Whisper White Organza ribbon and pull open the gate folds of this card.

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How cool is that??!!??  Be sure to come visit next week for more information about how this box card is made.  (The sentiment inside the card comes from the Word Play stamp set.)

My next project is a set of scrapbook pages using the rectangular Layered Label as a title block on each page.  These are 8" x 8" facing pages.

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These pages feature the Floral District Designer Series Paper with the featured colors of Lucky Limeade, Daffodil Delight, and Rich Razzleberry.  Since I already had the Big Shot out to cut the Framelits shapes, I decided to add texture to the pages using the Tasteful Trim Bigz XL die and the Perfect Polka Dots Textured Impressions embossing folder.

This project is a CASE of a card that I made last year and uses the wavy square shaped image.  I made this card to thank my SASS Stamp Club members for their June orders.

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Three of the 2012-2014 In Colors are featured in this card:  Gumball Green, Midnight Muse, and Summer Starfruit.  As with the scrapbook pages, I decided to add some texture to this card with the Big Shot and the Stripes Textured Impressions embossing folder and the Itty Bitty Banners Framelits.  Gumball Green Stitched Satin ribbon "ties" the card front together.  Additional stamp sets used on this card are My Friend and Tiny Tags.

My final project is a Christmas Card.  My SASS Stamp Club members will begin seeing Christmas projects when the new cycle of stamp club begins in August and I figured that this would be a great time to begin working on those projects.

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This card features the largest stamp image in the Layered Labels stamp set stamped with Versamark on Vellum and heat embossed with Gold Stampin' Emboss powder.  I added some color to the image using the "Stained Glass" technique with Cherry Cobbler and Gumball Green Stampin' Write markers and then cut the image out, mounted it on Shimmery White cardstock, and attached it to a piece of striped paper from the Be of Good Cheer Designer Series Paper matted with Shimmery White and Gumball Green cardstock.  A piece of Whisper White Organza ribbon was wrapped around the panel before it was adhered to the Cherry Cobbler cardfront.

As I mentioned earlier in this post, be sure to stop by next week for more information about how each of these projects were made, including a look inside the cards and the decorated envelopes. 

If this is your first stop on the Blog Hop, you can travel forward by clicking HERE to Betty's Blog, Kitty Stamp. 

To travel back to Yapha's blog, click HERE.

Robertssiggy


A Girly Safari

Hello!

I'm just finishing cleaning up from yesterday afternoon's final meeting of the SASS Stamp Club for the 2011-2012 cycle.  We made a couple of scrapbook pages, a wedding card, and an adorable love note; I'll be sharing those projects with you very soon.  The great news is that lots of the girls will be signing up for the 2012-2013 cycle of the SASS Stamp Club; I can't wait to begin working with them again in August.  If you live in the East Central Florida area on Florida's Space Coast, I'd love to have you join us!  Just click on the EMail Mickey button near the upper right sidebar of this blog page for more information.

Today's post is the final  card in a group of cards I was commissioned to make by my husband's sister-in-law.  She asked for some unique cards for her teen grandchildren and knew that she wanted the cards to be extra special:  16th birthday cards for her twin granddaughter and grandson, a young teen birthday card for her granddaughter, a high school graduation card for her grandson, a middle school graduation card for her granddaughter.  In addition, she asked for a baby shower card for a party with a "girly safari" theme for her nephew's new baby.

I did some surfing in the blog-o-sphere and found a baby carriage card made by Linda "Holstein" at SplitCoast Stampers.  I thought that this might be a good place to start.  I typed in "baby animals" in my web browser and found a couple of truly adorable digital downloads that I purchased and placed into my My Digital Studio/Components/Backgrounds/Designer Series Paper folder.  I added the baby animals to photo boxes placed on a blank page, printed them out on glossy photo paper, and then cut them out to place them on the card.  What do you think?

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This card begins with a card base of Chocolate Chip cardstock.  A piece of Old Olive cardstock was run through the Big Shot inside the Lattice Textured Impressions embossing folder, the edges sponged with Old Olive ink, matted with a piece of Pumpkin Pie cardstock (the edges sponged with Pumpkin Pie ink), and adhered to the card base to create the card front. 

The baby carriage begins with a piece of So Saffron cardstock die cut in the Big Shot using the 3 1/2" circle Originals die then inserted into the Perfect Polka Dots Textured Impressions embossing folder and run through the Big Shot again.  The die cut circle was cut apart into two pieces:  one piece is 1 7/8" wide and the other 1 5/8" wide, then the 1 5/8" wide piece was reduced to 1 3/8" wide.  The edges of both pieces were sponged with So Saffron ink.  A piece of Chantilly Crochet Trim (Retired) was placed along the straight edge of each piece with a piece of Pumpkin Pie 1/8" Taffeta ribbon placed along the center of the crochet trim.  The top of the carriage was adhered to the card front using Mini Glue Dots and the bottom of the baby carriage was adhered using Stampin' Dimensionals.  The carriage wheels begin with a piece of So Saffron cardstock punched with the 1 1/4" circle punch and matted with a 1 3/8" circle punched from Chocolate Chip cardstock and adhered to the card front using Stampin' Dimensionals.  The hub for each wheel begins with a piece of Pumpkin Pie cardstock punched with the 1" circle punch, the edges sponged with Pumpkin Pie ink, and spokes scored using the Simply Scored Scoring Tool.  A hole was pierced through the center of the hub and a Very Vanilla Neutrals 5/16" brad (Retired) was inserted with the brad legs set at the back of the hub.  The hub was adhered at the center of the wheel using Stampin' Dimensionals.

The push handle for the carriage was die cut from Pumpkin Pie cardstock using the Big Shot and the Swirls Medium die (non-Stampin' Up!) and the edges sponged with Pumpkin Pie ink.  Two tags were tied to the die cut with Linen Thread.  The tags were stamped using Pumpkin Pie, Old Olive, and So Saffron inks on Whisper White cardstock, a hole punched at the top of each tag using the 1/16" circle punch, and the tags punched out with the Medium Jewelry Tag punch.  The swirl was adhered to the card front behind the front of the carriage with Mini Glue Dots and the tags were adhered using Stampin' Dimensionals.

The giraffe was slid into the carriage and adhered to the card front using SNAIL.  A head from a second giraffe was cut out and placed over the head of the adhered giraffe using Stampin' Dimensionals.  The monkey head with hands was cut out and adhere to the card front at the top edge of the carriage bottom using two Stampin' Dimensionals stacked on top of each other.  A second monkey head (this time minus the hands) was placed on top of the first monkey head using Stampin' Dimensionals.

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The inside sentiment area of the card was lined with a piece of Whisper White cardstock matted with a piece of Pumpkin Pie cardstock.  The palm frond image from the Tropical Party stamp set (Retired) was stamped across the bottom edge of the Whisper White cardstock using Old Olive ink.  The tiger and cheetah images cut out and adhered near the bottom edge of the liner.  A second cheetah head was cut out and placed over the adhered cheetah head using Stamping Dimensionals.  Five more palm fronds were stamped on a piece of Whisper White cardstock using Old Olive ink and cut out using Paper Snips.  These palm fronds were adhered along the bottom edge of the liner to create a "jungle" for the cats to peek out from.   

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The palm frond image was stamped a few times at the lower left front corner of the Medium Whisper White Envelope.  The zebra image was cut out with Paper Snips and adhered over the palm fronds.  A second zebra head was cut out and placed over the adhered zebra with Stampin' Dimensionals.  (You wouldn't do this if you were mailing this card.)

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A monkey was cut out with Paper Snips and added to the back flap of the envelope just for fun.

Of all the cards I made for my husband's sister-in-law, this one has to be my favorite.  It was definitely the one with the most detail cutting, but the results are certainly worth it!  Those animals were just so darn cute to work with!

Robertssiggy

Stamps:  Tiny Tags, Tropical Party (Retired); Inks:  Old Olive, Pumpkin Pie, So Saffron; Cardstock:  Chocolate Chip, Old Olive, Pumpkin Pie, So Saffron, Whisper White; Embellishments:  Linen Thread, Neutrals 5/16" Brads (Retired), Chantilly Crochet Trim (Retired), Pumpkin Pie 1/8" Taffeta ribbon; Adhesives:  SNAIL, Stampin' Dimensionals, Mini Glue Dots; Tools:  Paper Cutter, Simply Scored Scoring Tool, Paper Snips, Bone Folder, 1" circle punch, 1 1/4" circle punch, 1 3/8" circle punch, Medium Jewelry Tag punch, 1/16" circle punch, Paper Piercing Tool, Mat Pack (Retired), Sponge, Big Shot w/Standard Cutting Plates, Multi-Purpose Platform, Perfect Polka Dots Textured Impresssions embossing folder, Lattice Textured Impressions embossing folder, 3 1/2" circle Originals die, My Digital Studio; Other:  Medium Whisper White Envelope; Non-Stampin' Up!:  Swirls Medium Sizzix die, Pixel Paper Prints baby animals digital downloads, HP Photosmart C6280 All-in-One printer, Glossy photo paper


Imagine the Possibilities

Hello!

It's been a busy week...I keep wondering where the time is going so quickly. 

Last Friday was the debut of the 2012-2013 Idea Book & Catalog.  I am so excited about all the great new stuff in this catalog!  Here's a card I made for my SASS Stamp Club members to thank them for their orders in May. 

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This card features the new In Colors (from left to right):  Summer Starfruit, Gumball Green, Midnight Muse, Raspberry Ripple, and Primrose Petals.  I made the curve at the bottom of each color cardstock by inserting the end of the cardstock into the punch window of a 1" circle punch.  All of the cardstock pieces started out at 3/4" x 4 1/4".  The graduated cuts for the card front begin at 2 3/4" for the Summer Starfruit piece and increase by 1/4" for each successive piece of cardstock with the Primrose Petals piece at 3 3/4".

The sentiment comes from the Layered Labels stamp set.  The "For You" image was stamped on a piece of Whisper White cardstock using Gumball Green ink.  I really love the new firm foam ink pads.  The ink coverage is just awesome!  The label was die cut with the Big Shot using the corresponding die from the Apothecary Accents Framelits.  The "For You" image was stamped a second time using Midnight Muse ink.  The "For You" part of the image was punched out using the Large Oval punch and adhered to the die cut label using Stampin' Dimensionals.  The label was adhered to the card front using Stampin' Dimensionals.  A 3 mm Basic Rhinestone was placed on each side of the "For You".

The cardstock pieces that were cut off to create the graduated pieces for the card front were adhered to the Whisper White liner placed at the inside sentiment area of the card.

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The "For You" image was stamped on the Medium Whisper White Envelope flap using Gumball Green ink.

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One of the events I attended last weekend was a graduation party for my nephew, Casey.  He graduated from Fort Pierce Central High School and was one of the top 10 students in his class.  Needless to say, my brother and sister-in-law are very proud of his accomplishments!  I did not take a picture of his card; however, I made his card (in his school colors of Eggplant and Gold) just like the card shown below--one of the cards I was commissioned to make for my husband's sister-in-law to give to her grandson.

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I first saw this card on Heidi Baks' blog, Running With Scissors Stamper.  I really liked the simplicity of the design and the clean lines of the card folds.  You can find a very nice tutorial by Sandy Hulsart for creating the fold for this card at Splitcoast Stampers. 

This card begins with a piece of Whisper White cardstock for the card base.  I created the score lines, made the cuts, and then began cutting cardstock for the color layers.  The bottom of the card is layered with Cherry Cobbler, Brushed Gold, and Whisper White cardstocks.  The diamond was folded closed and a light pencil line was made along the edges of the diamond fold where it rests atop the bottom.  On the left side a piece of Whisper White cardstock was edged with a Krylon Gold Leaf pen, rolled up, and tied off with a piece of Basic Black 1/8" Taffeta ribbon.  The diploma was adhered with a Mini Glue Dot.  On the right side, the "congratulations" sentiment, from the Delightful Dozen stamp set, was stamped with Cherry Cobbler ink.  Once the ink dried, the pencil marks were erased.

At the top of the card, on the diamond shape, layers of Cherry Cobbler, Brushed Gold, and Basic Black cardstock were adhered together and a Basic Black Glimmer brad inserted at the center.  A tassel created from embroidery floss was snugged under the brad.

When you pull on the mortar board (diamond shape), the card opens up to reveal a sentiment from the Word Play stamp set.

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The sentiment was stamped on Whisper White cardstock using Cherry Cobbler ink and matted with a piece of Cherry Cobbler cardstock.  I used the sentiment "Go Confidently in the Direction of Your Dreams" for my nephew's graduation card.

The envelope was made using a piece of Cherry Cobbler paper from the Regals Designer Series Paper Pack and the Simply Scored Scoring Tool with the Simply Scored Diagonal Plate.  I cut the Designer Series Paper to 8 1/2" square and made a diagonal score at 4" on each side of the paper.  Then I clipped the paper triangles between the score line overlaps along the edge of the paper and folded three of the sides to the center.  I placed a thin line of Tombow Multi Adhesive along the inside edge of the fold that comes up from the bottom of the envelope and pressed the paper in place. 

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On the front of the envelope I placed a piece of Whisper White cardstock printed with the tossed mortar board image from the Go Graduate Plus Digital download for My Digital Studio and die cut with the Labels Collection Framelits.  I colored the digital line image with a Cherry Cobbler Stampin' Write Marker and a SuperNova Gold Galaxy Marker.  A piece of Brushed Gold cardstock was die cut with the next larger size of Labels Collection Framelits.

I'm working on projects for the June meeting of the SASS Stamp Club this weekend (June 10th).  In addition, there's a Stampin' Addicts New Catalog Blog Hop the following weekend, June 15-17, where I'll be featuring projects using the Layered Labels stamp set.  I can't wait to see what I come up with!

I'll be back soon with the final card my husband's sister-in-law commissioned me to make.  This one's for a baby shower with a "girly safari" theme.  It turned out pretty darn cute!

Robertssiggy

For You Card
Stamps:  Layered Labels; Inks:  Gumball Green, Midnight Muse; Cardstock:  Basic Black, Gumball Green, Midnight Muse, Primrose Petals, Raspberry Ripple, Summer Starfruit, Whisper White; Embellishments:  Basic Rhinestones Jewels; Adhesives:  SNAIL, Stampin' Dimensionals; Tools:  Paper Cutter, Bone Folder, Paper Snips, Large Oval punch, 1" circle punch, Big Shot w/Standard Cutting Pads, Multi-Purpose Platform, Apothecary Accents Framelits; Other:  Medium Whisper White Envelope

Graduation Card
Stamps:  Delightful Dozen, Word Play; Inks:  Cherry Cobbler; Stampin' Write Marker:  Cherry Cobbler; Cardstock:  Basic Black, Brushed Gold, Cherry Cobbler, Whisper White; Designer Series Paper:  Regals Pack; Embellishments:  Basic Black 1/8" Taffeta ribbon, Basics Glimmer Brads; Adhesives:  SNAIL, Mini Glue Dots, Tombow Multi Adhesive; Tools:  My Digital Studio using Go Graduate Plus Digital download, Paper Cutter, Simply Scored Scoring Tool, Simply Scored Diagonal Plate, Paper Snips, Bone Folder, Paper Piercing Tool, Mat Pack, Big Shot w/Standard Cutting Plates, Multi-Purpose Platform, Labels Collection Framelits; Non-Stampin' Up!:  Krylon Gold Leaf Pen, SuperNova Gold Galaxy Marker, DMC Embroidery Floss (#782), HP Photosmart C6280 All-in-One printer